Obviously, Caleb has grown a lot in the last year. He's changed from my so-excited-to-enter-this-world,-he-had-to-come-8-days-early-and-beat-our-midwife-to-the-hospital newborn to my so-excited-to-be-on-the-go-he-hardly-ever-stops-moving baby.
As just mentioned, Caleb is on the move. He loves to crawl, climb the stairs, and walk along the furniture. Going down the stairs is a bit tougher, and sometimes he gets stuck and needs to be rescued. Other times, if he sees you coming, he will quickly crawl up the stairs away from you, giggling as you chase him.
Because, seriously, Caleb is adorable. With the blond curly hair and dimples, everyone who sees him can't help but smile and fall in love with him. And, of course, Caleb smiles right back.
|Even at himself|
Despite the work needed to make him giggle, Caleb is still very vocal. He babbles and shrieks and occasionally cries. Soon, I'm sure he'll make sounds that are decipherable as real words. Well, other than "mama" for everything.
I've said before, and I'll say it again: I love this age of my children when it comes to feeding them.
Caleb loves to move, but he also loves to cuddle.
|Or in my bed...|
- Calista and Craig
- Spicy food
- Sleeping through the night
- Loud noises
- Being put down